Just found this collection on Ancestry -- it may also be elsewhere. As the title suggests, it lists civilians killed during WW2 all over Britain. I came across it quite by accident but I found it fascinating looking at the list of deaths for Sheffield which was blitzed by German bombers in December 1940. It gives some very precise family relationships for each death -- wife/husband of; son/daughter of; etc. It also gives place of residence and place and date of death. I am now hoping to link the 10 Wolstenholme's killed on 12 and 13 December 1940 with my wife's family of Worstenholme (slight difference in spelling), who also originated from Sheffield. I hope some of you find this useful. All the best.